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Construction Wraps on 10-Story, 45-Unit Residential Project at 92 Morningside Avenue, Harlem

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Back in June of 2015, the 10-story, 45-unit residential redevelopment project at 92 Morningside Avenue, located on the corner of West 122nd Street in Harlem, topped out. Now, construction on the exterior of the structure is wrapping up, as seen in photos in a Harlem+Bespoke report. The site’s old seven-story pre-war building received a three-story, 11,677-square-foot vertical expansion and now boasts 60,714 square feet of residential space. Before the expansion, the building was more densely occupied with 50 apartments, but it is now home to 45 rental units ranging from one- to four-bedrooms.
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Construction Wraps on Seven-Story, Eight-Unit Condominium Project at 310 West 114th Street, Harlem

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Construction is wrapping up on a seven-story, eight-unit residential building at 310 West 114th Street, in Harlem, Harlem+Bespoke reports. The 12,554-square-foot project is being developed by property owner Emmanuel P. Denis, doing business as Kew Gardens-based Rafael Homes. Its residential units should average a spacious 1,310 square feet apiece, and will…

Work Wrapping Up on Five-Story, Five-Unit Residential Conversion at 120 West 118th Street, Harlem

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Moshe Granit, doing business as an anonymous Midtown-based LLC, is wrapping up construction of a five-story, five-unit residential conversion project at 120 West 118th Street, in Harlem. The apartment building was formerly a 12-unit SRO (single-room occupancy), but now is being returned to legal status as a five-family property, Harlem+Bespoke…

11-Story Apartment Building Planned to Replace Harlem Church at 20 West 116th Street

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When a New York City church can’t afford to repair its own building, it’s only a matter of time until it ends up in the hands of real estate developers. Such was the case with the Harlem Baptist Temple Church at 20 West 116th Street, which was partially demolished by…